The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1882

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p.3 Whats The News? - yacht Verve at Toronto.


The schr. W. Hoades (sic - W.H. Oades ?), from Toledo, with 14,425 bushels wheat, has arrived.

The tug Conqueror cleared last evening for Charlotte with the schr. Prince Alfred, ore laden.

The prop. Europe lightened 6,000 bushels of wheat last evening and proceeded to Montreal.

There is little marine news. Freights are very low and the general complaint is that vessels cannot make enough to pay expenses.

The arrivals at Garden Island are: W.J. Suffell, Toledo, staves; Bavaria, Point au Tremble, pine timber; Anglo Saxon, Toledo, pine timber.

The steam yacht Bonnie Castle, formerly owned by Dr. Holland, is now the property of C.E. Hill, Chicago, who has refitted and named her the Wanwinet. The other yacht, Camilla, was sold to parties on the Hudson, but she is expected to make her annual visit to her island home.

p.4 Murray Canal - tender period extended. [Belleville Ontario]

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1882